|Author:||Moseley, Edwin M. (Edwin Maurice), 1916-1978|
|Title:||Pseudonyms of Christ in the modern novel: motifs and methods|
|Publication Info:||Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh, Digital Research Library
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Pseudonyms of Christ in the modern novel motifs and methods
Moseley, Edwin M. (Edwin Maurice), 1916-1978
Pittsburgh]: University of Pittsburg Press, [1963, c1962]
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Jesus Christ--In literature.
Fiction--History and criticism.
Pseudonyms of Christ in the modern novel: motifs and methods
Pseudonyms of Christ in the Modern Novel
XI. Christ as Marxist Variant: Silone's Bread and Wine, Malraux' man's Fate, and Koestler's Darkness at Noon